Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 07, 2012
Always one of our favorite events in NYC, Juxtapoz checked out the New York Art Book Fair last weekend at the Moma PS1 Museum. The event presented 283 international presses, booksellers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers from 26 countries, and is put on by the fantastic Printed Matter of NYC. (Check out Printed Matter's curation of subversive art books in our new November 2012 issue).

Illustrated Works by Zoran Pungercar

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 03, 2012
We featured Zoran Pungercar's work a little while ago in 2011, and now we're back featuring more. Here are some of Pungercar's more recent illustrated works for zines and show posters. His folk art aesthetic and attentive yet imperfect renderings simplify characters into compelling narrative icons that shudder with dark undertones and mysterious and pseudo-mythical imagery, and he does show posters for some great musicians like Tune-Yards to boot.

MegaBodega @ Family Business

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
An event series and zine mart entitled “Megabodega” begins tonight at Family Business in New York.  Organized by local artist, Victoria Yee Howe, this two-week long series will host a variety of book launches, readings, and parties, as well as offer art books, magazines, and zines for sale from around the globe.


Juxtapoz // Monday, March 26, 2012
With all the glowing gadgets and gizmos continuously competing for your attention, the experience of sitting down with a good ol’ magazine or zine could be looked at as a technological getaway. That’s one viewpoint. Then there are zines that are actual pieces of art, each cover painted slightly different, bound by needle and thread.

INPUT OUTPUT @ Booklyn Art Gallery, Brooklyn

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
That is not a typo. The Booklyn Art Gallery in Brooklyn is pleased to present INPUT OUTPUT, featuring artwork and personal collections of Alexander Heir, Jess Poplawski, Keith Pavia, Katie Plassche and Victor Giannini. IO features artwork exhibited alongside a wide range of totems and amassed ephemera including but not limited to: photographs, bones, leaflets, masks, studded jackets, flags, action figures, instructional manuals, plants, and curio cabinets.

Tin Ton Tic Tac Click Clack: Bill Daniel and Austin McManus @ The Lost Door, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
This should be a good one; Bill Daniel (featured in our April 2011 issue, and his "Who Is Bozo Texino?" film was screened at our film series at the MoMA this year) has teamed up with one of our editors, Austin McManus, for a one-night exhibition, Tin Ton Tic Tac Click Clack at the Lost Door in San Francisco on Sunday December 4. Photos, new zine, and a screening of "Who Is Bozo Texino?" all in one night.

Opening Photos: Mike Giant and the Skullz Press @ the Hydrilla, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Mike Giant and the Skullz Press premiered three new zines, had a slammin' party, and exhibited a bunch of new posters at the Hydrilla event space in S.F. this past Saturday night. The three zines out now are The Americana Tattoo Flash Collections: Volume One, Buddhist Basics, and GoatHedz Zine #2.

THE SKULLZ PRESS Zine Release Party in San Francisco

Tattoo // Saturday, November 12, 2011
The Skullz Press is having a zine release party tonight in San Francisco for three new titles: The Americana Tattoo Flash Collection: Volume One, Buddhist Basics, and Goatheadz 'Zine #2. Mike Giant will also be on hand to present new works and host a graffiti history slideshow.

Never Heard Of Yah: Needles and Pens

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 25, 2011
Tucked away in the Mission District of San Francisco is the D.I.Y. community based store and art gallery known as Needles and Pens. In business for over 8 years, Needles and Pens has remained a fixture retailing hand made goods such as art, zines, books, clothing, records, patches, buttons, and more...

Phlegm Paints the Side Of a Sukhoi Jet

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 19, 2011
Artist Phlegm did this piece in Wales on the side of a Sukhoi jet. At first glance, the piece actually looks like it was supposed to be painted on the side of the plane. Sukhoi is a Russian company founded in 1939 specializing in military aircraft, and the UK-based Phlegm adds a classic, mid-20th century looking piece to it. More looks after the jump . . .
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